Sure, Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver probably did himself no favors by refusing to carry the pads of veteran WR Roy Williams after practice – which of course is traidition for rookies to have to do leaguewide – the former Oklahoma State standout continues to impress on the field.
On Monday, Bryant made another sensational play which was described this afternoon on ESPN’s Dallas blog:
Bryant got a step on Mike Jenkins while running a stutter-go during 1-on-1
drills, which is an impressive feat in itself. Then Bryant came back to snare an underthrown pass from Matt Nichols, making a leaping catch and falling into the end zone for a 45-yard touchdown.
Read more about Bryant’s early-camp exploits as well as the domino effect it could have on guys like Miles Austin throughout the season. Who’s ready for some football?